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Gen Xers Connect Online as Often as in Person

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(Psych Central News) As a sign of the times, new research discovers young adults in Generation X are as likely to connect with friends, family and co-workers online as they are in person. University of Michigan researchers say this is only the beginning of a new paradigm where electronic connections will be the dominant form of personal interaction. [...]

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